Kyoto Style Mitsuore Boy


Exceptionally Large-scale Kyoto Style Mitsuore Boy doll, fully articulated figure with ankle, knee and hip joints allowing the doll to be positioned kneeling Japanese style, seated western style, or standing independently, stylistically rendered with oversize glass eyes, open mouth, teeth, tongue, slightly pigmented gofun, painted details, right hand partially closed in Kyoto style, padded wire upper arms, accompanied by several sets of outfits including a padded winter kimono done in a kasuri ikat, a separate formal silk kimono and hakama trouser set, and a simple silk under kimono with designs of gosho dolls and toys,  losses to pigment, signs of wear, minor cracks, overall fine condition, 36” High

Late Meiji/Early Taisho Era, Early 20th Century
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